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  1. Sedum hispanicum minus purpurea
    $3.75
    Low growing tufts of purple-green foliage. Grows 2" tall and spreads to form a low mat purple of purple foliage. Learn More
  2. april
    $3.75
    Low mounding semi-evergreen with green, needle-like foliage. Takes on a blue cast in summer. Learn More
  3. June
    $3.50
    Low-growing, evergreen sedum. Grows 4-6" tall and spreading. Glossy, yellow-green foliage is highlighted by yellow flowers in mid summer. Learn More
  4. fall
  5. Fall
    $3.75
    Low growing, evergreen sedum with bright green, needle-like foliage. The stems turn a striking red during summer, making for nice contrast with the foliage. Adds great color and texture to gardens or containers. Learn More
  6. Sedum kamtschaticum  'Gold Carpet'  (Phedimus)
    $3.75
    Mat-forming deciduous sedum; may be evergreen in milder climates. Rich green leaves and bright yellow flowers. Learn More
  7. mid July flower
    $3.75
    Zones 3-9, Herbacious in Zone 7b. Remove old stems and see a crown of new buds ready to grow in spring. Learn More
  8. early July
    $3.75
    Mounding, semi-evergreen perennial. Green and gold, variegated foliage. New growth comes from the basal crown. Goes semi to completely dormant in the winter. Remove old stems and find a crown of new buds ready to grow in spring. Grows 6-8" tall by 8-12" wide. Hardy to -40°F Learn More
  9. Sedum kamtschaticum ssp. ellacombianum  (Phedimus)
    $3.75
    Yellow, star-shaped flowers contrast nicely with the clean green foliage. New growth comes from a central crown. Cut back to the ground before new growth emerges in spring. Semi-evergreen to deciduous, depending on the winter. Remove old stems and see a crown of new buds ready to grow in spring. Grows 6-8" tall by 10-12" wide. Hardy to -30°F Learn More
  10. Sedum kimnachii
    $3.75
    Showy yellow-green, succulent leaves grow on short, upright stems. Plant is more green in cooler months and more yellow in warmer months. New plants came from the roots on some that we thought had died in a particularly hard winter. Grows 6-8" tall by 10-16" wide. Hardy to -10° Learn More

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